Transferring data to the financial ownership file
Please be advised that, as a holder, representative, or authorised signatory on an account or deposit held with Cajamar Caja Rural, pursuant to article 43 of Act 10/2010, of 28 April, regarding the Prevention of Money Laundering and the Funding of Terrorism, Cajamar Caja Rural will be communicating to the Financial Ownership File, managed by the Secretariat of State for Economics and Business Support, the identification details of holders, representatives, authorised signatories, and any persons authorised to access funds held in current accounts, savings accounts, securities accounts, and fixed-term deposits, along with the account number and the date of opening and cancellation of the aforementioned accounts and deposits.
This information is included in the aforementioned File in order to prevent and impede money laundering and the funding of terrorism.In Almería, on 1st March 2016
Reporting to the tax authorities and subsequent data transfer to relevant foreign authorities
Pursuant to due diligence obligations regarding financial accounts within the arena of mutual assistance set out by current legislation, we hereby inform you that Cajamar Caja Rural has the legal obligation to identify the residence of persons who hold or control certain financial accounts.
Furthermore, Cajamar Caja Rural has the obligation to provide said information to the Spanish Tax Authorities, which may then pass it on to the relevant foreign authorities pursuant to the provisions of the General Taxation Act.In Almeria, on 7th March 2017